CHARACTER BULDING OVERLOOKING HISTORIC PRECINCT ON THE MARKET IN CAPE TOWN

A character building located in the heart of central Cape Town and overlooking historic Heritage Square is on the market through Pam Golding Commercial (PGC).

"Situated at 77 Church Street, the title deeds of this immaculate and appealing building date back to 1790," says Graham Freeling, leasing, sales and investment consultant for PGC. Most of the original buildings in the restored Heritage Square - with its boutique luxury hotel and busy restaurants - were at the time used for commercial purposes such as bakers, coachmakers, tobacconists, etc. Today Heritage Square is a thriving hub, popular among locals and visitors to Cape Town alike.

The building, which has an integrated air conditioning system, is set on an erf of 181sqm and comprises 250sqm of office space, a balcony of 22sqm and 24sqm patio. There is secure parking for 4-5 cars. The selling price is R3.5 million.

"This commercial property is extremely well positioned and would be well suited for use as a restaurant, art gallery or offices - as is currently the case. The Heritage Square public parking area close by further enhances the appeal of the location," adds Freeling.

Issued by Gaye de Villiers

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